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Teddy Bridgewater Was Spotted Dropping Back and Throwing Passes Again

When Teddy Bridgewater went down in a heap during Minnesota Vikings training camp last summer, the result of a non-contact injury so gruesome it moved...

By: Jordan Zirm

Latavius Murray Respects Adrian Peterson too Much to Wear No. 28 With the Vikings

Latavius Murray officially moved on from the Oakland Raiders this week when he signed with the Minnesota Vikings as a free agent, but one small proble...

By: Jordan Zirm

Adrian Peterson Proves Age Hasn't Slowed Him Down With Impressive Workout Video

Running backs over 30 years old tend to get a bad rap in the NFL. Many coaches, fans and analysts believe that once a back turns 30, it's only downhil...

By: Rob Scott

Xavier Rhodes's 100-Yard Pick-6 Was a Jaw-Dropping Display of Pure Speed

The NFL play of Week 11 was Xavier Rhodes's supersonic pick-6 against the Arizona Cardinals. The Minnesota Vikings cornerback covered the entir...

By: Brandon Hall

Which NFL Player Has Clocked the Fastest Speed So Far in 2016? The Answer Might Surprise You

Half of the 2016 NFL regular season is officially in the books, and many media outlets have released their mid-season awards. We're not in the bus...

By: Brandon Hall

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NFL Fun Facts: Seahawks Vs Vikings

STACK shares a few fun facts about the Seahawks and Vikings as we prepare for the 2016 NFL Playoff's.

2009 Nike Global Training Summit

NFL and NBA greats give the inside scoop about the Trainer 1 shoe during its unveiling at Nike’s Global Training Summit.

Adrian Peterson on Working Out in the Nike Trainer 1

Minnesota Vikings RB Adrian Peterson claims his footwear is one of the most important items he brings to a workout. Listen in to learn why.

Adrian Peterson’s Goal Setting Tip

Minnesota Vikings RB Adrian Peterson explains the importance of goal setting early in your athletic career.

Choosing Another Sport

Other than their respective sports, find out what other sports some of the NFL’s and NBA’s best pro athletes would play instead.